Unboxing & First Impressions: Moto 360 2nd Gen.

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5 Reasons to Wait for the Nexus 5X.

The satisfaction of users soared when it received the first build of Android 5.1.1 Lollipop a few months ago, but there was still a lot of room left for improvement.

As we get ready for Google to unveil the new Nexus devices in the next couple days, we thought it would be a good idea to catch you up on some of the best Android-related videos of the week. In response to the issues above, the company then strove to release a new version of this build, wherein they would fix the issues that were discussed by users. Both the new Moto 360 and Huawei Watch showed up on our doorstep, and we’ve wasted no time unboxing and giving you our first impressions on both devices. This new build was a big relief to power users who realized the effects of the “Stagefright” vulnerability, which is truly speaking a weakness that makes the device vulnerable to hackers who try gaining access to the device.

We’ve also published our full reviews of the Huawei Mate S and BLU Vivo Air LTE, and brought you some handy tips and tricks for your brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Even with all the updates and the minimal size of the files downloaded, people are still claiming that there are issues which as per them are rather annoying.

That said, things could change when it’s revealed, not to mention today is iPhone day, but below are a few key reasons the Nexus 5X could be worth waiting for. The display size of this device (5.7 inch) is even bigger than Motorola Moto X Play which comes with a 5.5 inch display and may feel way too big for many users. The best thing about the design of this phone is that, it allows you to choose your design and even the material, which you want on the back side of the device. And while we don’t know if they’ll be supported by carriers like the Nexus 6 last year was, both phones will surely be unlocked and capable of working on most, if not all, major carriers in the United States.

However, because it’s taking the carries so long to bring the operating system upgrade to the phones, some of these devices might still be on hold. One reason it will be a great phone is because of the 5.2-inch P-OLED display, the P stands for Plastic, which helps it be a phone that can’t be shattered, and handles scratches well, like the hardened glass on some phones. The device bundles with 3 GB of RAM, which is quite efficient to play several applications at the same time and is available with 16GB,32GB or 64GB internal storage.

Chop twice for flashlight does just that – chop your phone like you would on an invisible cutting board and the phone vibrates twice and turns on the flashlight. Sadly, the mentality is all too often, “If you’re not pushing the envelope on all fronts then you’re doing it wrong.” If you’re the type to scoff at a phone because it doesn’t employ the most cutting-edge processor, you should look elsewhere.

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